What are you looking forward to the most for The Vampire Diaries Season 6? Steroline! I was very against the pairing of these two but the final few episodes of last season swayed me. These two should be the new core couple. Where are Bonnie and Damon?My best guess is purgatory. I don't want them to go all Supernatural and send characters to heaven/hell. Who is going to be spiraling the worst: Elena, Stefan or Jeremy? Elena. She will be back to her annoying, self centred ways. Why didn't Katherine replace Elena and send her to the other side in the finale? One can hope. How will the group break the curse and get back to Mystic Falls? I agree with the majority. A new location would be a much needed fresh start for the show. Mystic Falls has run its course. Move somewhere new and mysterious! Which recurring cast member are you most excited to see: Alaric or Enzo? ALARIC! As much as it annoys me when the dead characters keep re appearing, Alaric is back in the land of the living everyone! What storyline are you happy to leave behind?All of the above. The show needs a fresh start it's already begun going stale. Give us some exciting new storylines for the characters we love - don't introduce a raft of supporting players that will be dead in a few episodes.
Loved this episode. I love all the action. Excited to see what happens with Halstead next week. #Save Halstead!
My only concern is that it has Dylan Mcdermott in it. A good actor but with a bad track record with long lasting shows.
Good episode next week looks like Jay is goint to pull a Voight going aftee the people who shot his bartender friend. Also despite their closeness it's understandable why Lindsay was mad with Voight in the opening scene.
Not happy about it...don't like JLH in this at all. I loved Ghost Whisper but I don't like her on CM at all... I'll give it a few episodes but much like when they had the Seaver character...I may not watch anymore while she's on. :(
I have liked Jennifer Love Hewitt since her days on Party of Five, and I think she is a great fit for the team. Welcome to the BAU, Kate. Excellent first episode, and I hope that the rest of this season is as good.
Barry Daviet, thank you again for finding us additional information about Satisfaction. I was please to read that Stephanie Szostak felt that the show was optimistic and was not about a crumbling marriage. However, I wonder if the writers agree with her assessment. In the season finale, although we finally see Neil and Grace really trying to communicate with each other and honestly showing their love for one another, you know that it will likely be short-lived because they haven't addressed the problems in their marriage. I wonder why the writers have to go in such a dark direction if the show is meant to be optimistic. Last night, I happened to watch the film "The Lucky One" which is an adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks' novel. I've read all of his novels,which focus on the theme of the great love but are often bittersweet. The Lucky One is one of the few Nicholas Sparks novels that doesn't end in tragedy for the couple as compared to A Walk to Remember where the couple marry at a young age because the girl is dying from leukemia. His novels have always touched my heart and recharged my soul and re-energized my optimism that life and love can be wonderful things. I wonder why the world of entertainment feels that they have to subject us to the dark side of our souls before we can be shown the light? Do the writers really need to subject to more pain before they can give us hope about Neil and Grace? I know that the program would be boring if Neil and Grace did not go through more difficult times but it's hard to accept sometimes that we'll have to endure their pain for another season before they can probably start moving back to being together in a third season ( I doubt that the story arc is meant to be completed in only two seasons). Here's the thought that I would leave you with to ponder. I think that if my wife were to have an affair (regardless of the length and intensity) and before I learned about it, we were able to reconcile and/or our marriage improved and my wife broke off the affair, (and assuming it never happened again), I would prefer that my wife never tell me about it. If my marriage improved and we were madly in love again, what good would come from her telling me about her infidelity? It might make her feel less guilty but it would shake me to my core. I'd probably want to hunt the guy down and knock his head off. I'd end up being arrested and sent to jail. Not a good thing. Ok, maybe I'm being too melodramatic but under those circumstances, I rather she keep quiet. In that sense, I understand why Neil and Grace left the therapy room before the therapist came in. They had reached an epiphany between themselves and knew that bringing out the truth would possibly destroy the love that they knew still exited between them. Sometimes the truth is not a good thing. I don't know if the truth will be a good thing for Neil and Grace. Sometimes the best form of communication is silence.
It's been a long night. Betrayal just hit one of my wife's best friends. The woman in question went to surprise her husband at work. He's a lawyer. When she got to the office, the paralegal said her husband had called in sick. This was the 3rd time in 2 weeks that he called in sick. The woman, asked her brother-in-law, who works for one of the big cell phone companies, to put a GPS track on his phone. They located the phone on a block with a famous hotel. The woman and her sister staked out the hotel from the lobby. Her husband exited an elevator holding hands with a woman. They kissed and the woman went back up. My wife's friend and her sister and brother-in-law confronted the husband when he got home. They recorded the incident on a cell phone. It was not hard to id the woman. She was the wife of one the guy's clients. It was a 2 month affair, meeting 2 times a week. The couple has 3 children under the age of 10. What a tragedy. The event took place a week ago, and my wife got the whoe story last night.
Great episode and the next one will be even better. I loved how Erin handled her Mom. No Burgess this time. I miss her and want to see what the future holds for her and "lover boy".
It was an awesome episodeAnd yes Andy is back next episode and its looking good Haley needs a win even if its in the form of the adorable MannyI loved Mitch and cams storyline too. Overall great episode
Small correction Matt: House of lies is entering it's fourth season, not fifth.
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